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Acceleration function This function is the time-derivative of the velocity function, and the second time-derivative of the position function. It gives the value of the acceleration of an object at each point in time. Time-derivative The time-derivative of a function is a new function whose value at each
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Unformatted text preview: point represents the rate of change of the original function with respect to time. Simple harmonic motion Periodic motion that can be described by special types of position functions. Examples of simple harmonic motion include an object moving in a circle and a ball bouncing up and down on a spring....
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